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Tanya Hurt: ‘I’m not going to give up the fight’

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After the deaths of three family members, Tanya Hurt was trapped in the throes of depression. She felt the Lord leading her to leave her hometown of Cincinnati and seek change. With no idea where they might end up, she and her husband loaded the youngest four of their eight children into their car, packed [...]

‘Making a way for us when we see no way’

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Schnyeder Destine, a former MUST client who now is CEO of Bexiam, talks about the difference MUST supporters made in  his life: “MUST invested love and hope into me and my family, and because of that we are able to give back to others who need hope. But it was a journey to get here [...]

Women coming out of homelessness find hope as artisans

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When Nicole left an abusive situation, she knew it was best for her children. She had endured abuse, but never knew her children were suffering until one night her daughter said, “Mama… when you’re not here, Daddy hits me.” Nichole and her children left immediately. Where she ended up is changing her life. After finding [...]

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HomeAid Atlanta plans work days at MUST Ministries’ homeless campus

The Elizabeth Inn Shelter at MUST Ministries is the newly selected charity to receive expert help from volunteer professionals in the building field. Thanks to the generosity of HomeAid Atlanta, who works in partnership with the building industry, qualified volunteers will tackle numerous projects on the campus next month, providing a significant gift to the [...]

MUST takes leadership role in homeless housing challenge

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Following the “Shelter Challenge,” a statewide initiative to place as many homeless families and individuals as possible in permanent housing, MUST Ministries is taking an ambitious approach. “We plan to house 90 people in 90 days,” said Program VP Rachel Castillo. MUST is part of a 19-organization collaborative learning initiative led by the National Alliance [...]

MUST partners with KSU to help students feed their children

Many college students face financial challenges, but some struggle with homelessness or have children they are unable to feed. So MUST Ministries is partnering with Kennesaw State University’s Center for Campus Awareness, Resource and Empowerment (CARE) to provide food and toiletries to students in poverty with children to feed. The CARE Center offers support to [...]

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